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Offline Ed

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Carrabbas Italian Grill
« on: March 21, 2006, 12:08:39 AM »
My wife and I really enjoy eating dinner at Carrabbas, and tonight my wife was at a corporate dinner so I thought I would try Carrabbas' pizza.

I had their margherita pizza which is cooked in a 600 degree wood fired oven.
I would describe the crust as "rustic, dry and charred."  I don't think I will be ordering it again.  Does anyone else have other opinions?  Do most people like their pizza like this?
I really am interested in other's insights on this.

Thanks in advance,

Ed

Offline loch

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Re: Carrabbas Italian Grill
« Reply #1 on: March 21, 2006, 12:08:11 PM »
Hi Ed,

Not sure what part of the country you're in, but I wish I could try a Carrabba's there.  I'm in Colorado and have tried what's called "wood fired" pizzas at Carrabba's, Macaroni Grill and Carino's in our area with the exact oposite results. The crusts are usually light and soft, although not ullike old time delivery pizza. I wonder if it's a regional thing?

I've figured that in this area (these places are 30 to 40 miles from where I live) they are timeing the meals to come up at the same time without burning things, because no matter how often I ask, that's how they come. It's not what I would make at home, but I still love pizza in all it's forms and variations!

Dave
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